Beeding and Bramber Horticultural Society has excellent spring show, securing its future

Hopes are high for a secure future for Beeding and Bramber Horticultural Society after another excellent spring show, with 113 entries laid out at Beeding and Bramber Village Hall on Saturday.

Monday, 11th March 2019, 8:40 am
Updated Monday, 11th March 2019, 11:00 am
Alasdair MacCulloch won the Spring Cup for most points in the show and the Vincent Cup for best exhibit DM1930830a

Pat Nightingale, chairman, explained: “This was ten more than last year, which itself was the highest for 20 years. The blooms entered were of excellent quality, as were the floral arrangements and the photography. After thinking in recent years that we might have to disband due to lack of interest, the society now looks set to continue.”

Alan Baker with his prize-winning exhibit. Photo by Derek Martin DM1930884a
Julie MacCulloch with her first prize winning exhibit. Photo by Derek Martin DM1930788a
President Alan Baker with his prize winning exhibit. Photo by Derek Martin DM1930884a
Chairman Pat Nightingale and her prize-winning exhibit. Photo by Derek Martin DM1930872a
Visitors Robert Brown and his daughter Jessica, ten. Photo by Derek Martin DM1930856a
Roger Hornsby with his prize-winning exhibit. Photo by Derek Martin DM1930844a
Alasdair MacCulloch won the Spring Cup for most points in the show and the Vincent Cup for best exhibit. Photo by Derek Martin DM1930830a
Daphne Mitchell-Logsdon with her prize-winning exhibit. Photo by Derek Martin DM1930822a
Jemima Edmonds, eight, with her poster. Photo by Derek Martin DM1930816a
Sheila Johnson with her prize-winning daffodils. Photo by Derek Martin DM1930920a
Gillian Woodrow with some of her photos. Photo by Derek Martin DM1930910a
Visitors admiring the exhibits. Photo by Derek Martin DM1930898a